Log files can help troubleshoot issues with installation, display protocol, and various feature components. You can create a configuration file to configure the verbosity level.
|Type of Logs||Directory Path||File Name|
|Horizon Client UI||/tmp/vmware-username/||vmware-horizon-client-pid.log|
Note: This log is created when you enable RDPVCBridge logs by setting " export VMW_RDPVC_BRIDGE_LOG_ENABLED=1".
|Remote MKS (mouse-keyboard-screen) logs||/tmp/vmware-username/||
You can use a configuration property (view.defaultLogLevel) to set the verbosity level for client logs, from 0 (collect all events) to 6 (collect only fatal events).
For USB-specific logs, you can use the following command-line commands:
vmware-usbarbitrator --verbose vmware-view-usbd -o log:trace
Collecting a Log Bundle
The log collector is located at /usr/bin/vmware-view-log-collector . To use the log collector, you must have execute permissions. You can set permissions from the Linux command line by entering the following command:
chmod +x /usr/bin/vmware-view-log-collector
You can run the log collector from a Linux command line by entering the following command:/usr/bin/vmware-view-log-collector